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Tuesday, March 19, 2013

Social media blitz to demand answers on DHS armored vehicles

The Examiner has learned that concerned citizens are mounting a social media blitz in order to demand answers from the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) concerning its procurement of 1.2 billion rounds of hollow point ammunition, its purchase of automatic and semiautomatic weapons, and its deployment of armored landmine-proof vehicles on U.S. soil.

Answers from DHS have been few and far between, and woefully inadequate.

For example, DHS posted a message on its website last week that the vehicles are being used to deliver "high risk" warrants to citizens it deems to be dangerous.

But that explanation still does not address the issue of the need for a fleet of landmine-proof vehicles on U.S. soil...

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